Academic Services & Curriculum
Meet the Curriculum Department...
Chief Academic Officer
Jennifer Lynde is the Chief Academic Officer for Davie County Schools. Mrs. Lynde moved to the Curriculum Department in August 2016 from Pinebrook Elementary School where she served as the Assistant Principal. Mrs. Lynde earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University and her Masters in School Administration from the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Mrs. Lynde started her teaching career in 1999 in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and has served as school magnet coordinator, instructional coach, assistant principal, school improvement grant documentation manager, LEP coordinator, testing coordinator, curriculum coordinator and lead instructional support coach.
Director of CTE and Federal Programs
Anthony Davis is the Director of CTE and Federal Programs for Davie County Schools. Mr. Davis has served in Elkin City Schools and most recently in Yadkin County Schools. He has 13 years of experience teaching at the high school level, and he has served as an assistant principal and principal at the elementary and middle school levels the last six and a half years. In Elkin, he led the STEAM initiative and worked with Title I. Mr. Davis is known for his work ethic and professionalism, and he was awarded the NCASCD State Young Educator of the Year in 2015.
Thank you, Mebane Foundation!
New Social Studies Standards
Cherri White is the Curriculum Specialist for Davie County Schools. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Catawba College and worked as a QC and Analytical Chemist before being called to become a teacher. Mrs. White has 11 years of teaching experience in the Science Department at Davie County High School and was one of the STEM Lead teachers that began with the Davie High STEM Center in 2012. After earning her Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction and a short stint in a neighboring district, she rejoined Davie County Schools as a member of the Curriculum Department in the summer of 2019.
Digital Teaching and Learning Specialist
John Marshall is the Digital Teaching and Learning Specialist for Davie County Schools. Mr . Marshall started his teaching career at North Davie Middle School in the SAVE Program from 1998 until 2008. In 2008, while receiving his Masters Degree at Appalachian State University in Instructional Technology, Mr. Marshall worked at CDEC with the STEM Initiative. In 2010 he moved to the Curriculum Department to support both elementary and secondary curriculum and digital learning. Mr. Marshall received his Bachelor Degree at Bloomsburg University and his Exceptional Children teaching certification from UNC Charlotte before receiving his Masters Degree from Appalachian State University. Mr. Marshall is the proud father of three girls and is also the Director of Field Hockey for NC Fusion in his spare time.
Misty Hutchens is the Administrative Assistant for the Curriculum Department. Mrs. Hutchens loves the small town atmosphere and the close knit school community in Davie County. She is a 1996 Davie High School graduate and with her husband, are the parents of 3 boys. Mrs. Hutchens worked for 16 years as the Cosmetic Arts Specialist at Davidson County Community College. As much as she loved serving in the Davidson County community, she has a heart to serve in the community that she calls home. It was a blessing for her to be able to transition to Davie County Schools in 2018 and be able to remain in the education field. In her position as the Administrative Assistant of Academic Services, her job responsibilities closely relate to the clerical duties that she performed at the college. The best part of working at Davie County Schools is the work that impacts her family and community.